David Pottruck

Dismal failure is if you had an idea, you didn’t plan it very well, you executed it really poorly, and after you failed, you felt sorry for yourself. Noble failure is if you had an idea, you planned it well, you executed it well, it failed. And then you said, ‘What can we learn from this?’…

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